Buyers who need their Atlanta houses to have extra rooms and space for indoor touch-football games probably need not apply here.
This circa-1920, artfully renovated Tudor is more for the downsizing set and starter-home hunters who covet lovely Inman Park, where they'd be "right in the middle of all the action, but on a quiet street," as the listing agent puts it. The Walk Score comes in at a not-too-shabby 80.
Perched on a hilltop around the corner from the Inman Park-Reynoldstown MARTA Station, the house has three bedrooms, a breadbox more than 1,600 square feet, and a price tag indicative of the location: $525,000. It seems to have a cozy overall vibe in the best possible way, though a few angled ceilings are duck-your-damn-head low.
With its fire pit and multiple seating options, the backyard looks functional, private, low-maintenance, and surprisingly spacious. For those times when space matters.